TS-PHOTON 203/800mm Advanced Newtonian for astrophotography and observing
is easy for you with this compact Newtonian from the TS-PHOTON series.
Due to the aperture ratio of f/4, this astrograph provides pure speed
and therefore short exposure times. With a suitable coma corrector this PHOTON Newtonian becomes
a very good astrograph.
Immerse yourself in the world of
deep-sky observing with the PHOTON 10" f/4. The large aperture and the
enhanced reflectivity of 94% offer unforgettable observations beyond the
solar system. Watch exciting details, like spiral arms of galaxies or
fine structures in planetary nebulae.The advantages of the TS-PHOTON at a glance
- Fast parabolic optics with outstanding contrast and very good sharpness for planetary observations.
- High-quality 2" MONORAIL focuser with 1:10 dual speed for 2" and 1.25" accessories.
- Focus position perfect for DSLR and other cameras.
- All popular 1.25" and 2" eyepieces can be used without problems.
- Brighter image through enhanced 94% reflectivity of primary and secondary mirror.
- Motor focus can be retrofitted at any time.
- A 0.5 mm thin stainless steel spider provides stability.
Astrophotographers will envy you for the delicate and sharp spikes
around bright stars.
- The active ventilation for the primary mirror ensures a clearly faster cooling down.
- Adjustable primary mirror cell and secondary cell completely made of metal.
a good coma corrector turns this Newtonian into a true astrograph. A
suitable coma corrector will offer you highest sharpness in the entire
The working distance from the M48 thread
is 55 mm. With a T-ring, you are automatically at the right distance for
astrophotography with DSLR cameras. For adaptions do not hesitate to ask, we are happy to help you.Delivery contents
- TS Photon 10" f/4 Newtonian
- Tube rings with GP EQ5 style dovetail bar
- 2" extension tube 35 mm for visual observing
- Dust cover for the front opening
- Primary mirror fan with battery holder
- 8x50 finder with quick release
The PHOTON Newtonian reflector is a fast astrograph for astrophotography and a powerful wide-field telescope